• Avalanche, Senators to play 2 regular-season games in Sweden

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators will play two regular-season games in Sweden next season.

  • NHL asked for decision on Olympics by end of April

    The NHL may be nearing a deadline to decide whether to allow the world’s best hockey players to participate in the Winter Olympics next year in South Korea.

  • Justice Department settles suit over LA Dodgers broadcasts

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday it has settled a lawsuit that accused AT&T’s DirectTV unit of orchestrating a backroom deal with competitors to not carry the sole channel that broadcasts Dodgers baseball in Los Angeles.

  • NFL owners mull cut of regular-season overtime to 10 minutes

    NEW YORK (AP) — NFL owners will consider proposals next week to cut regular-season overtime from 15 minutes to 10; eliminate players leaping over the line on kick plays; and expansion of coaches’ challenges and what can be reviewed by officials.

  • Google’s YouTube losing major advertisers upset with videos

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — AT&T, Verizon and several other major advertisers are suspending their marketing campaigns on Google’s YouTube site after discovering their brands have been appearing alongside videos promoting terrorism and other unsavory subjects.

  • Australia couple are 1st foreigners to own US radio stations

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — An Australian couple with roots in Alaska has bought more than two dozen radio stations in three states, marking the first time federal regulators have allowed full foreign ownership of U.S. radio stations.

  • UEFA president revives luxury tax, squad limits

    LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Imposing luxury taxes and limiting squad sizes are back on UEFA’s agenda eight years after they were rejected as a way to curb top European clubs’ spending power.